This week’s Daily Press’ photography word is alphabet. My general use of the alphabet in photography is less colorful and more methodical than others who took this challenge. Here’s my sample:
In photography, I most often use the alphabet to explain to me or remind me of what or where a photograph was taken. The South Sami camp explains this photograph:
“…inhabited until 2009”. Interesting.
However, I do often see the alphabet in graffiti, which I often photograph, but sometimes I have no idea what the letters mean…
So that’s that for the alphabet today. Happy communicating!